Whether it is for classrooms or larger auditoriums, face to face courses or distance learning, Analog Way has what you need. Our High-End Seamless Switchers, Large Venue Presentation Switchers, Native Matrix Switchers, MultiViewers and Edge Blending systems provide user-friendly and cost-effective solutions to create a state-of-the-art learning environment.

Classrooms / Auditoriums
To enhance the learning experience, professors can integrate different sources such as Power Point presentations, DVD or Blu-Ray sources, and much more. To make their presentations effective and convey quality content to their students, teachers need direct control of their material, and the ability to easily and quickly switch from PC sources to video sources at any time.
Thanks to features like PIP and Multi-PIP, teachers can easily show more topics in order to compare and understand a complex course. In larger auditoriums, teachers can create seamless images across a wide screen, multi-projector edge blend, allowing display of many educational source materials simultaneously.  

No matter the need, Analog Way provides smart and user-friendly products for effective education programs.

Distance Learning
Distance education might be a great option to face time, given resource constraints and geographic diversity in student base. Thanks to video technology, a course provided by a teacher in one auditorium, can be followed live by students located in other classrooms or even other campuses.
Our MultiViewer feature is the ideal solution to display several video feeds. It allows the display of multiple resources to all attendees at the same time for enhanced communications. Course content can also be output on SD or HD video for recording and accessed easily whenever needed by students.

For live or recorded distance learning, Analog Way offers solutions to help create high-end interactive presentations.

In addition, Analog Way offers a complete range of drivers and programmer’s guides to take full advantage of the flexibility and performance of its processors.